12:20PM | 02/20/05
Member Since: 02/19/05
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I was invited to a neat little old house by a friend who told me that there were a bunch of things I might like. The whole house and everything in it was for sale because the woman who had lived in it had died. She had such beautiful things! I fell in love with almost everything, except the smell. Everything Reeked of cigarette smoke. It hit your nostrils like a frieght train! But there was one thing in particular that was just sad to me. I found a lovely vinyl baby doll that was just soo precious I just couldn't leave her in that smoky cave! The only problem is the vinyl (soft doll vinyl)soaked up the smell like a sponge. I need to get rid of it! But I'm afraid of using harsh chemicals on her. Do you know of anything that might help? I'd really love to make her clean and fresh again!


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